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The veteran rock band Accept prepares two-hour concert in Romania

Next week will start beautifully for some of Romania’s rock fans. The veteran band Accept will visit Bucharest on Monday, December 14, to perform a show at the Roman Arenas.

Accept is one of the most appreciated names of the international heavy metal scene, having released 14 albums and thousands of concerts worldwide. Its members are presently on tour, promoting the band’s latest album, “Blind Rage”.

According to the organisers, the playlist will be very diverse and will also include songs from the albums that rose Accept to fame, such as Balls to The Wall, Metal Heart, Princess of the Dawn, Teutonic Terror or Stalingrad.

Their loudly applauded return of 2010 with the album “Blood of the Nation” opened new horizons for the German band Accept, after a 15 year break. They remained in charts with their latest album, “Stalingrad”, in 2012, an album followed by an international tour. The year 2014 started with the launch of an impressive album, Blind Rage, a release that reached high positions in European charts (it gained first position in Finland and Germany!), but also around the world, as it was highly praised by music journalists from Sweden to South America, besides an impressive series of sold out shows in Asia, Australia, Europe and both Americas.

Accept then performed on the stages of the major international festivals, as part of the tour Blind Rage Part 1.

Starting in April, they continued the tour with part II and the closing leg of the tour will be in Eastern Europe by the middle of December with two-hour long shows.

Opening performances will be provided by the bands 9.7 Richter and Arthur.

The tickets may be purchased online on the websites www.iabilet.ro, www.eventim.ro and www.myticket.ro. Moreover, these are also available in the adjacent networks (the link www.iabilet.ro/retea and the stores Uman, Senia, Perfect Tour, IQ BOX, Zebrapay, Muzica, Mag Orange, Vodafone, Domo, Humanitas, Carturesti, Sala Palatului, Germanos, Diverta, etc.).

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